The Sunday Post – Zelda


Welcome to The Sunday Post, which is hosted by Caffeinated Book Reviewer. This is a chance to recap the previous week and announce anything for the upcoming week. You can talk about whatever you want in this post as well.

Weekly Ramblings:

Woo, I almost forgot to post one of these today. This past week has been good progress on readings and working on the blog. I have been trying to figure out a way to focus time on creating posts and so far I have decided that reserving times on Fridays would do best. I was able to create two new posts for this week! I’ll still need to find time to write a review but hopefully I can find time for that soon.

Other than blogging, I have been spending my time playing severals game on my switch. I have been playing Hyrule Warriors Age of Calamity and finished the main storyline quest in the game. It was a fun game and there’s definitely a chance that I’d go back and try to finish all of the other quests in it as well to complete the game more. When I finished the main aspect of the game, it reminded me that I never finished the main storyline in Breath of the Wild, despite owning the game for over a year.

When I first played the game, I managed to unlock three of the four divine beasts and refused to battle all the bosses on them. I decided that I needed more health and and more weapon capacity, so I went on a shrine/korok seed adventure to get as many as I could. This time around, I decided that I did not need to do that and what I had was enough. Surprisingly, the mini bosses were easy to defeat (I thought there were going to be hard, cause GANON.) Then came the time where I had to go again Calamity Ganon himself. He was hard and the second half of the battle, I ran around dodging everything since I fail miserably at parrying so I had to use some power ups to defeat him, but I DID IT. I can now say that I have completed a Zelda game for once! (BOTW was my first Zelda game).

Well, that was quite a ramble for once. Let’s move on!


  • Read: One Last Stop
  • Currently Reading: Unwanted Quests: Dragon Slayers

Posts of the Previous Week:

Upcoming Posts:

  • All These Books and Buying More: 2021 Edition
  • 2021 Anticipated Books

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Quote of the Week:

“Yesterday is not ours to recover, but tomorrow is ours to win or lose.” Lyndon B. Johnson

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